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law school. >>> record spending on this cyber monday is expect to bring a surge to california. but ken pritchett tell us the state will likely get a lot less than many people had expected. >> if you need a tiki mug, a tiki statute or anything hawaii, talk to lawrence swansberg. his biggest item -- >> christmas hawaii shirts right now. >> we want folks to know that not out of state retailers who are doing business online are required to collect tax. >> so a camera sold on amazon would incur $60 in tax. if you don't pay sales taxes online then you owe a use tax that you must file on your state taxes which few people do. >> i think they need to do it nationally somehow. i think the country is missing out on a lot of sales tax. a lot of revenue. >> reporter: since september the state has collected less than $20 million from this so called amazon tax. and one board member said that of those who are supposed to be collecting this tax, few are doing so. >>> on ktvu.com you will find a cyber monday tab with information on protecting yourself whenever you shop online including the top 10 intern
the current law allows you to have other parts of the shark. and that's where the problem comes in. that's where as you heard there's a sense of injustice. there's a sense of discrimination. >> reporter: members of peta had a full protest and talked about shark fins. >> oftentimes it's obtained by a fishermen who pull the shark to the dock, cut the fin and throw them back in the water to slowly die. >> reporter: governor brown signed the bill despite current laws that already bans the practice of shark finning. >> a governor, there's no such passage is illegal. >> it's just a traditionallal delicacy. something a lot of people like to see. >> reporter: we met a young chinese americans who both likes the soup and supports the shark. >> it's cruel how the way they treat the shark. just dump them back in the water after they cut the fin. >> reporter: the bill takes effect in january but opponents are trying to stop it. in san francisco, i'm john sasaki, ktvu news. >>> we are wrapping up a very nice friday. still clear skies out there for the most part. temperatures dropping off. currently th
police got the warning from other law enforcement agencies and they are looking into the issue but investigators have seen this kind of crime before. they say there's an easy alternative to putting a vacation on your newspaper subscriptions. >> get a neighbor to help. >> we could not reach anyone with the costa times or the bay area news group. the o'brians rely on a neighborhood. >> that way it is in the house and safe. >> despite concerns police say using common sense is your best bet by turning on lights and not leaving garbage cans when you are away. >>> concord police have arrested a suspect car thief after a high-speed chase. officers spotted the man pumping gas in a 1967 mustang that was reported stolen. he led police on a chase that ended when the driver hit another car. 20-year-old nicholson is charged with evading arrest. >>> 8 teenagers are being honored, five saved residents from a fire. the officers went into the burning apartment complex in may to get people out, 19 people displaced but no one was hurt. two martinez officers were honored for safing a heart attack
in law enforcement but he's leaving blind a san jose department in turmoil dealing with pension reform, pay cut, low moral and increase in crime. >> how would you characterize the department? >> dire. although we have people in the academy we continuously lose people to resignation and retirement. >> reporter: fagoni says she regrets having to conduct a new search less than two years later. moore said he would not be retiring if the council voted in august to put an initiative in august to help pay for more resources and officers. >> the issue for me is put it on the ballot. if that tax measure would have been put on the ballot and taxpayers would have decided not to fund it, we all could have lived with that. that's a choice the taxpayers made. but they never had a chance to vote on it. >> reporter: at the first meeting last night several people told city staff they wanted an internal candidate. but moore said no one inside the department is interested on the top job. >> once it was determined no one from inside the organization, for all the same reasons, felt compelled to seek the jo
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